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This is a hugely responsible role, especially after many highly publicised security leaks and data thefts in recent times, and as a result, corporations in all sectors of industry place a great deal of emphasis on attracting the right individuals for the right positions. A skilled and talented Cybersecurity Analyst is likely to in great demand in both the current and future job markets.
Several important duties are expected of a Cybersecurity Analyst, including:
The best Cybersecurity Analysts tend to have a natural suspicion allied to a natural curiosity. This is a role that suits highly technical individuals who can adapt to change and approach every task with a diligent and methodical approach. A thorough understanding of the way that cybercriminals operate will also be a must-have quality for all applicants.
There will regularly be a need to communicate well with senior managers, departmental heads, clients, and other stakeholders, so successful Cybersecurity Analysts will be skilled in communication, including when explaining technical matters to those with less of a technical background.
The position will also suit excellent people managers because there will be a need at times to galvanise a team, especially in the face of a perceived cyber threat. Incident response in the wake of a serious data breach can be stressful, so the ability to work calmly under pressure will be a major plus point.
The successful Cybersecurity Analyst will have several technologically advanced applications on hand. Therefore, it’s advantageous to have experience working with tools that help with network security monitoring, network intrusion detection, penetration tests, antivirus software, encryption and scanning for web vulnerability.
Realistic candidates for the role of Cybersecurity Analyst will have gained a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a relevant discipline, such as information technology, cybersecurity, or computer science, and will often hold some form of cybersecurity accreditation as well such as CEH, CISM, CISSPor CompTIA Security+.
Individuals who have gained the skills and experience to be a successful Cybersecurity Analyst will often have opportunities to work in several advanced roles. They include those of Ethical Hacker, Senior Penetration Tester, Security Consultant, Cybersecurity Engineer, Security Director and Lead Security Architect.
Generous salaries and tempting benefits packages await those who become successful Cybersecurity Analysts.
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